Welcome to the 2022 Legislative Leadership Conference

The Legislative Leadership Conference is the staple fall event that prepares the ACCG membership for the upcoming legislative session. Attend this conference to learn more about the issues expected to come before the Georgia General Assembly in 2023 and, most importantly, to attend the Business Session to vote on the 2023 Policy Agenda and Legislative Priorities.

Wednesday, September 28, 2022 through Friday, September 30, 2022

Jekyll Island Convention Center
75 N Beachview Dr.
Jekyll Island, GA

Attend the Business Session

ACCG Membership to Vote on 2023 Policy Agenda and Legislative Priorities.
County officials are encouraged to attend the business session on Thursday, September 29 at 1:30 p.m. to vote on the 2023 Policy Agenda and Legislative Priorities. The business session presents the opportunity for the entire ACCG membership to vote on the issues the association’s policy team will take before the General Assembly and Congress.
If your county appointed a voting delegate, voting credentials can be picked up on Thursday from 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the registration desk in the lobby.
*Note: If your county does not designate a voting delegate, the voting delegate shall be the chair or sole commissioner or his or her designated member of the governing body (a county commissioner).

Keynote Address: An Economic Outlook for Georgia Counties

From the daily news to social media, the economy remains a hot topic of conversation. What’s driving these changing conditions and how can counties prepare to weather the storm? Dr. Roger Tutterow, a Professor of Economics at Kennesaw State University and a leading voice on economic, business and political trends, will share his perspective during the conference’s opening session on Thursday, September 29. His work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, USA Today, CNN, NPR and more.

Informative Continuing Education Sessions

Attend the continuing education session of your choice on Thursday afternoon. The sessions will feature a mix of topics recently identified as priorities by county officials, including county workforce development (recruitment and retention), service delivery strategies and emergency medical services reform.